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Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) finally has the girl of his dreams, Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst), and New York City is in the throes of Spider-mania! But when a strange alien symbiote turns Spider-Man's suit black, his darkest demons come to light changing Spider-Man inside as well as out. Spider-Man is in for the fight of his life against a lethal mix of villains - the deadly Sandman (Thomas Haden Church), Venom (Topher Grace), and the New Goblin (James Franco) - as well as the enemy within himself.


How does Spider-Man 3 follow on the heels of its predecessor, which was widely considered the best superhero movie ever? For starters, you pick up the loose threads from that movie, then add some key elements of the Spidey comic-book mythos (including fan-favorite villain Venom), the black costume, and the characters of Gwen Stacy and her police-captain father. In the beginning, things have never looked better for Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire): He's doing well in school; his alter ego, Spider-Man, is loved and respected around New York City. And his girlfriend, Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst), has just taken a starring role in a Broadway musical. But nothing good can last for Spidey. Mary Jane's career quickly goes downhill; she's bothered by Peter's attractive new classmate, Gwen Stacy (Bryce Dallas Howard); and the new Daily Bugle photographer, Eddie Brock (Topher Grace), is trying to steal his thunder. Enter a new villain, the Sandman (Thomas Haden Church), who can transform his body into various forms and shapes of sand and who may be connected to Peter's past in an unexpected way. There's also the son of an old villain, Harry Osborne (James Franco), who unmasked Spidey in the previous movie and still has revenge on his mind. And a new black costume seems to boost Spidey's powers, but transforms mild-mannered Peter into a mean and obnoxious boor (Maguire has some fun here).

If that sounds like a lot to pack into one 140-minute movie, it is. While director Sam Raimi keeps things flowing, assisted on the screenplay by his brother Ivan and Alvin Sargent, there's a little too much going on, and it's inevitable that one of the villains (there are three or four, depending on how you count) gets significantly short-changed. Still, the cast is excellent, the effects are fantastic, and the action is fast and furious. Even if Spider-Man 3 isn't the match of Spider-Man 2, it's a worthy addition to the megamillion-dollar franchise. --David Horiuchi

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Special Features

  • Featurette:  Grains of Sand - Building Sandman
  • Featurette:  Re-Imagining the Goblin
  • Featurette:  Covered in Black – Creating Venom
  • Featurette:  Hanging On…Gwen Stacy and the Collapsing Floor
  • Featurette:  Fighting, Flying & Driving – The Stunts        
  • Featurette:  Tangled Web:  The Love Triangles of Spider-Man 3
  • Featurette:  Wall Of Water
  • Featurette:  On Location Cleveland – The Chase on Euclid Avenue
  • Featurette:  On Location New York –From Rooftops to Backstreets
  • Featurette: The Science of Sound
  • Featurette: Inside The Editing Room
  • Theatrical TV Spots From Around the World
  • Bonus Previews
  • Bloopers
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  • Snow Patrol Music Video

Product Details

  • Actors: Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, James Franco, Thomas Haden Church, Topher Grace
  • Directors: Sam Raimi
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Thai
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, Korean, Cantonese, Thai
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Columbia Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: October 30, 2007
  • Run Time: 139 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (838 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000UR9T7I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,193 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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By Mike Zimmerman on May 4, 2007
Format: DVD
Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) has finally found a balance between his life as Spider-Man and another with his long-time girlfriend M.J. Watson (Kirsten Dunst). However, his former long-time friend Harry Osbourne (James Franco), is still upset after finding out that Peter killed his father (Willem Dafoe), and donning his father's Goblin outfits, he plans to do anything possible to see him reduced to patheticness. Of course, Peter recently found out the real man behind his Uncle Ben's (Cliff Robertson) death: ex-con Flint Marko (Thomas Haden Church), who was recently involved in an experiment gone wrong, and has become the Sandman. And a symbiote from space has infected Peter, turning him into an arrogant, overly confident punk who gets frisky with the New York captain's (James Cromwell) daughter Gwen Stacy (Bryce Dallas Howard) and embarasses co-worker Eddie Brock (Topher Grace) to the point of revenge. Eventually, a bit from the symbiote has also turned Eddie into the monstrous Venom. So Peter must make up with M.J., quench Harry's thirst for revenge, stop the symbiote from taking over, and discover why Marko killed Ben.

Right up there with Bryan Singer's "X-Men", the "Spider-Man" movies have been the epitome of superhero movies since it started. Throwing in high-quality acting talent, a twisted sense of humor (from the likes of J.K. Simmons as arrogant Daily Bugle chief J. Jonah Jameson and Bruce Campbell playing different roles), affecting drama, slick special effects, and slam-bang action, director Sam Raimi has created a treat for the eyes and the heart that would lead up to "Spider-Man 3". In work since "Spider-Man 2", this is Raimi's most ambitious, expensive (the budget comes in at a whopping $250 million) project. And the wait was worth it.

It's also long.
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I want start off by saying that I like this movie. Probally more than you do. With that said, I'll also add that it does serve its purpose, which is to prove that any Spider-Man movie will have great special effects, fine character development, okay acting, and make a shitload of money. Spider-Man 3 is a good film in its own right, but only a decent one when put in the tall dark shadow of its amazing, and incredibly revolutionary predecessors. It does not add much of value to the franchise, aside from introducing some of the most popular characters in Spidey's publication history. That said, those characters aren't given the attention and respect they deserve. They feel more like late additions that were shoehorned in. Overall the movie was not terrible though. It was definitely better than both of the Fantastic 4 movies, Ghost Rider, Elektra, and Daredevil, as well as some other less than savory comic book adaptations. The only thing that really held this movie down were the, not one, but two unnecessary dance scenes, and underdeveloped characters. The worst of the two dance scenes was Peter walking down the street like he was in a music video. The second dance scene reminded me of the jazz flute scene in Anchorman. That should never be. Those scenes made me feel like Sam Raimi was too comfortable with the fact that the movie would make alot of money, and there was no major competition in the superhero/comic book movie department, besides a few hits and a couple of upcoming challengers.

That may have been passable in the summer of 2007, but now we have The Avengers saga and The Dark Knight trilogy that have set the bar so high that movies like them should be treated with the utmost respect and care.
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By Ben Cook on July 11, 2012
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There are very few films that everyone in my family can enjoy, and a film that my father isn't complaining at the end of is one of the rarest things I can think of. Spider-Man 3 was one of the very VERY few films my father not only isn't complaining about, but actually praises and will watch again and again and recommend it to other people. Even I loved it, and I am beginning to get tired of most of these monotonous effects-driven sci fi movies. Spider-Man 3 was anything but monotonous and effects-driven, having an original plot and a look unique to it's own self. I could actually point this movie out in a crowd, which is more than I can say about many other sci fi movies these days. The special effects were not the only decent things in this film, and even with the INCREDIBLY HIGH EXPECTATIONS everyone in our family has, every single one of us loved it. One of the most remarkable effects in my opinion was the large robot that the villain controlled. It was absolutely frightening. Tobey Maguire may not be the handsomest guy, but he's a good actor, I think, in this film. My father especially loves that "I knew you'd say that" line that Tobey Maguire keeps letting out with-and it is, in fact, one of our little family sayings. I would recommend anyone to watch this, if they craved a visually stupendous, action-packed film with an smart and original storyline-and had the intelligence to appreciate it.
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Spider-Man 3(2007) is considered the weakest of the Sam Raimi Spiderman movies, but it's still a solid superhero film. It has high production values, state-of-the-art special effects, and a good music score by Christopher Young(Young keeps some of Danny Elfman's Spiderman themes and motifs). Spiderman 3 does have too many subplots and characters crammed into one movie. The scenes with evil, ego-driven, emo-Peter Parker are campy and over the top. Spiderman rescues Gwen Stacy and he forgets to stop the out of control crane! Venom was hyped as the main villain, but he gets little screen time. The colors blue and black are flavored in many scenes. The film also uses a soap opera style cop out in order to give Harry Osbourne amnesia! Still, Spiderman 3 has some solid action scenes and I like the creepy screaming that comes from the black, slimy, alien symbiote.
There was a Mad Magazine spoof of Spiderman 3. It showed images of Spiderman saving Gwen Stacy and letting three people fall to their death! The film takes us back to the origin story where we find out that Flint Marko/Sandman was the real killer of Uncle Ben! Spiderman and Gwen Stacy spoof the upside down kiss from the first Spiderman movie. Spiderman 3 portrays its heroes as selfish and the villains as human. Director Sam Raimi left the Spiderman movies to work on horror movies such as Drag Me to Hell(2009). Spider-Man 3 has some flaws, but it's still a fun movie.
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